Written on: 22/04/2009 by indybj (1 review written)
Their biggest failure has got to be the amount of spammers now waging a siege on the users of Tagged. Many of these could be rendered useless by simply allowing the user to prohibit contact from those who are not on ones friends list. It would be very beneficial if a user could limit their contact based on their profile. As an example, if a user could set and age range, gender preference, and orientation preference so that those outside of those parameters would be restricted from contact, the site would be much better.
Also an improvement that is needed is the information that is displayed to the public on profiles set as private. Tagged does not display enough information for someone to make a reasonable friend request. You have no idea of what the Tagged members desires are for a friend. It does nothing but aggravate a user that is straight to be inundated by friend requests from gays, and visa versa. If they would display your Tag line from the customer profile, this problem would easily be fixed. This would allow the user to specify what they are looking for in friend material.
So, in closing, "GET ON THE BALL" Tagged. Your once excellent site is starting to die from lack of care.
In the past, Tagged has been an excellent social networking site, but in recent weeks it has seriously gone down the tubes. Users are now being bombarded with spam from outside sources. If the operators of Tagged.com don't make some serious changes they will soon find that their users are leaving in droves. Tagged.com has an excellent setup for those under 18. Those who fall in this age group can't be contacted by those that are over 18 without knowing the clients last name.
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